put In Putin, 87.4 percent of 2-year-olds this year have been vaccinated with all of the National Immunization Program vaccines. This is just below 90.5% in 2020.
who appears from Prepare published by the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) on Thursday. The national vaccination program includes injections against diseases such as whooping cough, measles and meningococcus.
5.9 percent of two-year-olds in Putin have not received any vaccinations this year. This is a decrease compared to 3.3 percent in 2020. The figures given in Putin for individual vaccinations are as follows:
DKTP: 90.9 (92.6 in 2020) – the vaccination that protects against four infectious diseases: diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus and polio. The vaccination is given to children from 6 to 9 weeks of age.
hip: 92.1 (93.8 in 2020) – HiB vaccination. Babies are vaccinated from 6 weeks of age and vaccinations are repeated at 3, 4 and 11 months.
BMR: 89.8 (94.2 in 2020) – the vaccination that protects against mumps, measles and rubella. Babies who are 14 months old receive this vaccination.
Meningococci: 89.8 (93.8 in 2020) – meningococcal C vaccination for 14-month-olds.
Pneumococci: 91.3 (93.4 in 2020) – the pneumococcal vaccination, which is given three times. Babies receive their first pneumococcal vaccination when they are between 6 and 9 weeks old.
Hepatitis B: 90.9 (92.1 in 2020)
the girls According to RIVM, the percentage of 14-year-old girls in Putin who have been vaccinated against HPV this year is 45.5 (girls born in 2006). In 2020, this percentage was 48.6 (girls born in 2005). HPV is a virus that can cause cervical cancer, among other things.
slight increase زيادة Nationwide, the proportion of 2-year-olds who have been fully vaccinated has increased slightly. Among children born in 2018, 91.3 percent received all vaccinations from the national immunization program this year. In 2020, this was 90.8 percent. Nationwide, about four out of every hundred children have not been vaccinated against any disease from the national immunization programme.
According to the RIVM, the coronavirus measures appear to have had little effect on the number of children vaccinated.